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Dublin defender Cian O’Sullivan may be a doubt for the All-Ireland SFC final after suffering a recurrence of a hamstring injury in Saturday's semi-final win over Galway.
Dublin manager Jim Gavin says the Kilmacud Crokes' clubman was taken off during the 1-24 to 2-12 victory over Kevin Walsh's side at Croke Park "as a precaution", but will undergo a medical assessment early next week.
"Yeah, I don't know," Gavin told gaa.ie.
"We'll just let the medical protocols kick in and over the next 72 hours we'll reassess.
"Just a bit of tightness in his leg, so just a precaution, in a championship game in that atmosphere you need to get him off and put a fresh player in."
Galway manager Kevin Walsh admits every other team in the country is struggling to keep up with Dublin, who have won the All-Ireland title five times in the last seven seasons.
"They are highly experienced, they probably get stronger as the summer goes on, and they have a huge panel and they know each other inside out so it’s up to ourselves and everyone else to close the gap," he told gaa.ie.
Dublin will face either Tyrone or Monaghan in the All-Ireland final at Croke Park on 2 September.
The two Ulster sides meet in Sunday's second semi-final at Croke Park.
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